Remedial Massage Therapy
May alleviate and benefit a variety of conditions including (and not restricted to):
* Muscular tension * Rotator cuff tendinopathy
* Frozen shoulder * ITB syndrome
* RSI * Tendinitis
* Tennis elbow/Golfers elbow * Back/shoulder/neck pain
* Knee pain * Achilles tendon pain
* Muscle strains * Piriformis syndrome
A type of massage therapy that focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles. It is used for chronic aches and pains and contracted areas such as a stiff neck and upper back, low back pain, leg muscle tightness and sore shoulders.
Just a snapshot of the valuable role of massage in sport:
* Injury prevention * Improve performance
* Reduce muscle tension * Accelerates recovery from training
* Aids cramping of muscles * Part of a rehabilitation programme
* Restores lost mobility * Aids consistency of training
* Heals acute injuries * Eliminates stress and tension
Sports massage is effective at different stages of your training if you are focusing on an event and these can be defined as:
Pre-event: 48-6 hours prior to the event to enhance your body's physiological processes.
Event: 6-11/2 hours prior to the event to increase circulation and ROM.
Inter-event: between events to assist your body in returning to homeostasis.
Post-event: 11/2 to 6 hours following the event to address stiffness and soreness.
Maintenance and rehab: 48 hours post event to assist injury free training.
Treatment Options: 60 mins ~ £35
90 mins ~ £45